In 1847, Tiffany & Co. relocated to New York City’s 271 Broadway – then only a few blocks away from P.T. Barnum’s American Museum. Tiffany capitalized on Barnum’s circus attractions more than once throughout this period of close proximity, to the mutual success of both businesses. The event marked the beginning of Tiffany’s longstanding connection to the circus, predating Gene Moore’s famed circus figures, which were designed in the 1990s. #Tiffany

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